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DollaMoneyAve
Jul 1 2014
3

It has more to do with creating a unique driving experience I think. Three wheelers can also be sold and registered as motorcycles, though I'm not 100% sure what kind of advantages that offers.

Jun 29 2014
100

I would now like to write a comic book where a Suzuki Samurai has a Suzuki Sidekick sidekick and they solve mysteries/kick ass together.

Jun 29 2014
105

So being a vigilante pays off huh. *Gets cape and mask and car* This forsaken city in Wisconsin needs some help from the Roadside Mechanic.

Jun 29 2014
15

Actually, the "fake news blooper" video link you posted is real. Fred Fred is a popular troll who was inspired by this video, which was the first popular use of "fuck her right in the pussy," and is fake:

Jun 8 2014
2

It did for me. I lived with a Zero DS for 8 months and it was my first bike.

Jun 8 2014
3

I wonder if the "easier" usability especially for novice riders will result in more riders giving it a go.

Jun 8 2014
1

Cool story. Tonnes of respect for Eric Bostrum too after watching him kick ass on superbikes all the time back when I had Speedvision (late 90s - 2004 ish). Always seemed like he was ahead of the curve. Not surprised he is still way out in front.

Jun 4 2014
55

Son, we live in a world that has video formatting, and that formatting has to be guarded by men with comments. Who's gonna do it? You? Read more

May 23 2014
40

In related news. Kizashi is still the single greatest car nobody bought.

Nov 18 2013
2

About which part? Yes I'm very sure that carrier-based planes have used folding wings for almost the entire history of carrier-based aviation. Read more

Nov 18 2013
3

This is hardly a new technology, Navy carrier-based planes have had folding wings since forever. I guess it is new for civilian aircraft though.